New James Bond Film Sets World Record For Largest Explosion In Movie History

November 10, 2015

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Spectre, the newest James Bond film, was awarded the Guinness World Record for largest explosion in a film, thanks to this doozy shot in Morocco. I wish I could have been there to smell it. The explosion used 33kg (~72-pounds) of explosives to ignite some 8,418 liters (~2,224 gallons) of fuel. I watched it, and it did look big, I'm just surprised it's the biggest. I feel like I've seen bigger. "That's what she said." That's what who said? "Your girlfriend." What? Did she call when on I was away on the shitter? What did she say? Did she say what she wants for me to pick up for dinner tonight? "Just forget it." THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT, NEEDLEPEEN.

Keep going for a video of the set-up and explosion.

Thanks to Rabbitz, who just wants some f***ing Trix. Those greedy kids, man.

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